We’re absolutely loving the brand new single from Mexican born, LA based singer and songwriter Sunta Moon – which was released over the weekend. A few months since her debut record “Reality” landed comes “For You I Would Stay The Night,” which draws out chilled shoegaze and alt-pop vibes from the get-go.
With production by Eddie Boy, Sunta Moon’s soft and emotive vocals are a real focus here, and she is able to carve out a story about the ideals of falling in love. Explaining more, she reveals:
“For You I Would Stay The Night’ was a point in my life where I was dating around a lot and none of the guys I was dating made feel a certain type of way – it wasn’t working out at all. And I remember being in a gathering where I met this guy – Daniel. He followed me all night and texted me the remaining days and we went to the beach at night together and it was supposed to be romantic but it kind of became a weird game where nothing clicked – only the idea of us clicked.
So the song is about how it takes more than just some texts, a beautiful face, attraction or a shared moment to actually have something meaningful. That’s why the lyrics say “It’ll take more than that for me to say- that for you I would stay the night.” But in the end the song is hopeful, as in maybe some day there will be a person who is the exception, who is that emotional beautiful connection.”
Be sure to stream this fresh sound below, and keep an eye on Sunta Moon for more musical goodness to come.